Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1938 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1938
Page 13
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KoSStJT H COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. TOWA PAGE TMREH m VOTE FOR IOHNH. FRASER locratlc* Candidate for Kossuth County DISTRICT RURAL CHURCH NEAR LUVERNE IS TORN DOWN Lu Verne, Oct. 25—The Fall-view rural Methodist church, which was .sold at auction some time ago to Harry Chambers, was torn down Seneca Girl Dies Friday; Burial Made at Bancroft Seneca, Oct.. 2G — Friends and i home Saturday evening, and "500" relatives of the Seneca community! was played at five tables with Mtes Emil were grieved to hear ot the death of Margaret Crowley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Crowley, at Oakdale Friday afternoon. She was born and grew up In Seneca. She was graduated from the Seneca high school in 1932. Funeral ser- Olsen and Emil Elmers winning high prize's, and Mrs. Arthur Paulsen and Elmer Lee winning low. Bud Paulsen and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl tied for travel, and Mrs. Oftedahl won the draw. \2 % No Commission Aetna Life Ins. Co. Loans from 5 Years Up Hutchison & Hough lity State Bank Bldg. Phone 251 way ,. lotwooii IAI Verne and Corwtth, a.nd was under supervision of the Corwil.li Methodist church. The nombcrship consisted of the Clap- sadrtlos, the Stevens, some of the "Immbers families, and others. Once the membership was about | HO, with a large Sunday school. T.he f' nr< ] automobile and good roads sound- M,. oci the death knell for many such rural churches, and this Falrview church was among them. The the St. John's cemetery at Bancroft. Besides her parents she is survived by four brothers, Paul, Leo, John nnd Joseph, and one sister, Lorretta, all at home. The Senoca school is closed this week for a corn-husking vacation. CANDLELIGHT SERVICE GIVEN AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Oct. 25 — A candlelight service wa« conducted Sunday evening at the Immanuel Lutheran church by three missionary rings, adult, young women, and juniors. A short playlet in which the mission gift boxes were pre- Dr. and Mrs. 0. W. Anderson, of Montana. Other guests were Rev- nd Mrs. R. M. Mlnkel; a Mrs. Joak, of New York; Supt. and Mrs. H. Schuler, the John Roths, and Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Tweeten. ' 1'nrty is ttlvcii- and Mrs. Irvin Classen entertained the Curtis Olsen family, Mrs. Ralph Campbell and Duane, the Arthur Paul-sen family, the El- churcli was the center of commun- me) . Le e family, Mr. and Mrs. Mo-wily life 87 years ago, and much al ,d Richards, and Mr. and Mrs. Ole good was accomplished. But an- Oftedahl at a card party at oilier landmark is now gone. | their senled at the altar was put on by the young women, and the juniors were represented in song by Mar__.„.. iii,, Ian Peterson and Eleanor Helden- 0. R. Patterson and daughter wUh A ghort ad(h , ess was gjven Oilier Sciiocn News. Mary spent the week-end at Cedar I. . j ~, )astol . Palls, Mr. Patterson attending' Dy ule pasl01 ' Dad's day on the college campus. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hawbaker and sons, of Dickens, spent Friday evening at Harley Hoeck's. Eldon Lee enjoyed a visit from his cousin several days last week. Harriet Olsen Is working at Irvin Classen's this week. Many at KnnfonVs Sunday— reopened the local theater for program of the Britl church. The Relatives to the number of 40 s hows Saturday and Sunday nights. R ev . W. H. Lease, former super- spent Sunday at Frank Sanford'6, He gives two shows each night. At intendent, was also on the pro- William Beadle is Dead— William Beadle had an operation at the Coleman hospital, Estherville, last week Thursday for ofo- itnietion of the bowels, but peritonitis had already developed, anc he died late Saturday afternoon. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Immanuel Lu theran dhuroh, the Rev. R. D Swanson officiating. ,T. P. Tics First Knot- Justice J. L. Vaux performed his honoring the birthdays of six of the last Saturday opening night gram. Mr. Lease, who served pas- their group. Attending were Mre. ,the show was Vivacious Lady. Bob torates at Spirit Lake and Rock'first marriage ceremony* late Sat O. E. Harrison, Estherville; Mr. Bigings is operator, and Dorothy Rapids after leaving Algona, Is ,urday evening, when a couple pur and Mrs. Grant Nelson, son Ger- Lindebak sells tickets, j now pastor at Ro'lfe. His daughter | porting to be from Minneapoli aid, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harrison, I lone has for some years been a called at his home, armed with and the Hanrison daughter Betty, Sherman Twp. (!Iul> Meets— | Britl teacher, all of Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. The Sherman Good Will club met place Sunday but po*t- poned because of the sudden death Friday evening of R. A. BfateBdei? Sr. ' J Other Swca City, Fred Berggren substituted at lontnnnns are Guests Here- t \ e , 1ban , k Frlda L ^.i^I^J Dr. and Mrs. 0. W. Anderson, of while Mr. and Mrs. Bilsborougu Montana, are here for a week's w e ™ out ,°li tOW Si °? 5^?»?S? .«« /isit with the parents, Mr. and I .Mr. and Mrs. Earl Orl fith were Mrs. J. r Anderson. Oliver and here Sunday, vis tng their mother, iis father have had some fine ranting, having brought down hree brants Saturday, in addition o their limit on ducks. Many to Itnptlst ll«llj r — Some, 25 young people in the local B. Y. P. U. went to Eagle Grove Sunday to attend a mid-year rally oC young people of the northern Iowa Baptist association. This was ;he first time the young folks in the association had held a midyear rally. Death Postpones Wedding — D. W. Ful'ts came up from Iowa City Saturday to serve as attend- Mrs. Anna Griffith. ant at the wedding of Roy vender Jr., which was to Bra- have Small Loans Up to $300 OS AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK <OPHKIIOM> FTTRNITURtt, ETGt Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO 'nut to Dpppr Des Mollies ottlc** •i«inf 125 Algona. Iowa marriage license. Jim says h made only one little blunder, and Verde Miller, Iowa Falls; Mr. and with Mrs. Ridenour last week.OOT A PACKAGE TO MAIL, OR; ho d i( i u 't reveal What that was. Mrs. Arnold Miller, Paullina; Mr. Thursday, Mrs. Alvin Webe'r as-; papers to file away for safe-; _— and Mrs. R. C. Knudson and Mr. sistant hostess. Twenty-two mem-'. keeping? Ten sizes of heavy mar.- Duck Dinner is Served— and Mrs. Arthur Boland, of Arm- ber s and three guests were pres-! lla clasp envelopes at the Ad-1 Mrs. J. J. Anderson entertained strong; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Olson. e nt. Mrs. Helena Stripling and vance office at 2c to Be each. at a duck dinner Sunday honoring Mi', and Mrs. Jack Christensen Mrs. Harry Christensen were in; ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^—^^—^-—^—^——*— and Geneviave Sanford, Ellsworth; charge of games. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Satter, Mason City; Hans Hanson, Leland, and Dinner for Chicago Guests— her children; Glen and James Har- A family dinner was served at C. ri-son. Cylinder; and Robert Knut- H. Lichty's Sunday in honor of Mr. Lu Verne, also Mrs. G. L. and Mrs. Don Lichty and Ruth VOTE FOR IE] Fred S. Geigcl Of Irvington x REPUBLICAN NOMINEE for COUNTY TREASURER son, Lakin, Mason City. AT WKM, TIMK BIWAY AND SATURDAY, 0«TOBBBJ!8 AM) 2i) ~~~Certified Values For Week-end Shoppers ,lv,.rHscd sale special and every item you personally sc- 1 mil wldt assortment of fresh, wholesome .|o«|ls is a- Lichty, Chicago, who are spending i — the week here. Old Time Program for Club— , ' ' —-—— , The Progressive Woman's club >ew Daughter is jSametl— met Monday evening at Mrs. Ray Karen Esther is the name chos- Stone's for an oldtime program, en for a daughter born to Mr. and Favorite old songs were named at;Mrs. Herbert Lothringer Saturday, roll call, and Mrs. F. I. Chapman gave a talk on the Gay Nineties which brought to Hie minds of the members many a pleasant memory. A parade of old family pictures was the basis of a guessing con- value. ery purchase made y ,he strongest Vnaraiilce of at Council Oak." at Council Onk is complete siilisfnetion. rfo'VsavcTBt Council Oak." Beef Steak beef steak can be bought of the desired thl«knmjs broil or swiss. Round Steak at 17<i par Hi. nnil Slrlolu ibrt Cuts at 16£ P«r Ib. Braised Short Ribs ihort ribs in a hot oven. Season with salt and pepper. c V« er and cover closely. Reduce »vcn tomperalnr« deuces and cook slowly unt.l tender, :.bont «» <»"*• itatoes, carrots, and onions to pan about 4» minutes be- IrtRms are done. Beef Short Ribs at 126 l»r Ib. ,.. Beef to Boil, pound . . —^ 10c and Ring Bologna, pound _ „ Liver Sausage, pound _ _ - mers, per pound mer Sausage, pound Beef Roast it Council Oak to supply a Sunday llooHt, that will. pIcaHC iry particular. Nice Shoulder Roasts at or a beautiful Standing Rib Roast at a test. Doris Genrich sang two lullabies, one by Brahms, and the other a modern American lullaby by Gladys Rich. .'Club guests were Mrs. Albert Genrich Ruth Lie: Chicago. S. S. Class Has a Party— The Comrades class of the Evangelical Sunday school was entertained at the town hall Friday evening, with Mrs. Max Patterson as hostess. The hall was decorated for the Halloween season, and appropriate games were played. In a Bible study hour Hulda Frttze- meier led a lesson on the gospel of , —„ ^ [Matthew. There were 23 persons! Ogden, were Sunday ' present. Glorinn Stephens, Sum- Frpd Merkle's. ner, an out-of-town guest, spent the I week-end with the Pattersons. Other Lu Verne. •Mrs. Grover • Rentz and her mother, Mrs. Nellie Gregory, Wesley, have returned from Dodge Center and Rochester, Minn., where they visited the Charles Thompsons and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Al Palmer, Mrs. Ed : U001 ^ na Graham, and Mrs. A. Erickson, m™. «.„«,, L «c,.,«™ and Doris, i an of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs CO. Ruth Lichty, and Mrs. Don Lichty, Isaacson, Boone, .and Mr. and Mrs — j. M. Anderson, Stratford, spent Sunday at Otto Westling's. Vera Tiede went to Ames Saturday to attend homecoming. From there she was to go to visit her sister, Mrs. George Lothringer, Davenport, then back to her work at NorthvillepMich. Mrs. Emma Lehman, Boxholm, Earl Lehman, Des Moines, the Paul Vetters, Lake Park, and Gertrude Thompson and Wallace Rapp, .guests at *? c pcr pound. Canned Grapefruit llent for i of 80 and salads. Morning Light Pumpkin KSters expect Pumpkin We at a Ha«l>»e« n I )nrt3< i). 2H cans of "Dry 1'ack" Pumpkin for 8c Tomato Juice a supply of new ^S&1^_*™**M g*" Mrs. Bessie Kyle, Atlanta, Ga., was a guest of. her cousin, Mrs. John Phillips, this week Tuesday. John Kubly Hurled Here— she had been visiting a brother, The funeral of John Kubly, of Ear i Hartley, at Goldfield. Ruggard, Mont., will be held at the, MVi an d Mrs. Marx Schwyter, of Evangelical church this week Reriwick, were Sunday guests at Wednesday, the Rev. E. R. Walter Henry Kubly's. The George Ka- officiating, and burial will be made heles, Goldfield, were at Irvin in the family lot in the Lu Verne chapman's. cemetery beside the grave of his ji rs R p_ Kanning, who had wife, who was Agnes, daughter of been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Figi. Mrs. Jonn Abbas, Latimer, is now at a son's at Ghurdan. The P. W. Thompsons, of Eagle Grove, visited here Sunday a the Kubly died 21 years ago. The 180-oz. fan"fo78i~aiid the "blur No. 5 family "SUN SWKBT" , Tenderized Prunes Is that are tenderized by a special process i" lint; before cooking. Medium sl/e Sun Sweet | bux for 15* . . Cracked Wheat Bread I variety in bread the Council Oak Stores now siipp v Ammo Cracked Wheat Bread. Try this new bread and |its niilty cracked wheat flavor, Marshmallows Ih, Huffy, tender marshmallows for salads fal Council Oak this week-end at 2 1-1 Apricots [ Oils popular fruit for sauce and pies in N ^ In glass jars for use as needed. The No. • nt 394 per can. Jelly Beans «e and black Jelly Means fit into your color scheme for the loween party. Buy them assorted at 10c per nounu. Olives i ewmomy buy Superb Imported Queen 01|ve» In the f ^ J«r. For tnl* sale the price is 32* per l ar Superb Salmon r will like the color, flavor, and texture of [mon. A very special value for this week-ei 1'astor Takes Short Vacation— The Rev. L. Wittenburg, his wife, and children spent most of last week at Laomi, 111., and on Wednesday attended celebration of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dewar'e 45th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Dewar are Mrs. Wit'tenburg's .parents. The Wittenburgs visited Mr. Wittenburg's parents- at Watkins, [owa. •Movies Two Nights Weekly- Robert Pridley, Ida Grove, has Mrs Henry PeHzke and Mrs. Peter Thompson homes. Buthman & Lease at Church Anniversary About the first activity for the Rev J. C. Buthman after he became Methodist district superintendent was to take part last week Sunday in a foun'ding anniversary ADIO^APPIIANCE : SATURDAY 7th and 8th ••i WHAT'S NEW IN RADIO? . . . SEE CORONADO The latest style in radio cabinets is the new low type Console Grand. Notice the style in the pictures below. They are lower and wider than previous radios and entirely new in appearance. Available in both battery operated and electric radios. Another new development is the \Yi volt tubes for farm radios. They cut battery drain up to 60%. These outstanding new developments and many others are included in the new 1938 Coronado radios. REE! Coffee And Cookies Served Saturday Afternoon From 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. ad »• h l can Angel Food Cake ien hukiuR your next amtel food >v<> rft « u 'r;' "" (ll l>b Bo w Augel Food Cake Flour. *hc recipe oa U« -^ I* "long with the excellent quality of JWb b»«™ >* f this Ittr assures perfect cakes, Koblj Koso tawe^ nuui Council Oak Cocoa that richer Cho001ftte flayur Tho S-pound can foi Oak Coffee »UJ4J Vlti|lU$4! I0r l«a»0rf '• Sold onjy 'n jibe wljole «»»»*• ,"* V ""J^ »«ipty bates may be exchanged for >»Bcy ™ wUer at our everj'day tow P ri c o of * 5 * Superb Oats wWte oats may be bought jw tw special pri,*?e of Il ,, 1 ; ** l>er A or aupcru w»^ w ipk lew iar ge wWte oats may be bongW >w J^L'^rtnn f or this $»* A social prfce of |9* » n the V* 1 * WW » " ' lie a lrnoliy(g, 2 €i*jk^* o'lc ^tttlWhite t .fl r» ntbar » ~* •m^^ ^''^Sfs^imgg^iB^a^fmetii^^i^^^ gf Paint Specials for ECONOMY DAYS While the Supply Lasts Get your paint while this sale is on. These prices are good this week on)y. DEVOE'S RED BARN PAINT $1.50 value, per gallon ____--- BEVOE'S Best House PAINT O DA $3.50 value, per gallon & • O V PURE LINSEED OIL per gal, 80c Pure Spirits TURPENTINE pergal60c ALL BABOAINS AND MORE OF^THEM 1939 BATTER OPERATED CONSOLE GRAND RADIO Battery Drain Cut Up To 60% Brand new style and'design, comparab! to finest electric radios.Reaches newpe?. in perfect performance. R.C.A. license. • New \Vi Volt Tubes • "Battery Drain Cut Up To 60% • New Circuit and Improved Speaker • Automatic Push Button Tuning • Attractive Slide-Rule Dial • Costs No More to Operate Than an Electric Radio Cash Price — $1.25 Per Week, Payable Monthly Includes Fire, Tornado and Flood Insurance NEW 1939 CORONADO 8 TUBE A. C. CONSOLE GRAND New low cabinet siyling with latest sloping instrument panel. Automatic push button tuning and regular conventional tuning. Large 10" dynamic speaker. R.C.A. licensed. A new height in selectivity, sensitivity, *Mf%CIK power, and performance. Actually a $100.00 value. ^*%lygg. Cash,Price t • • - %^^^ $1.25 PER ween, PAYABLE MONTHLY - LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE SET YOUR OWN PRICE M! YCUK CHOICE $18,95 BATTERY MANTEL OR $19.95 A.C. MANTEL Both of these new 1939 Coronado mantel radios v/iil be positively sold to the highest bidder. Visit our store during this Appliance Show and enter your bid. Drawing will be fceld pa Saturday evening. Highest bidder will be notified. if' A.Q. MM BOTSFQRD Uimber «'«mp»«,v >»ffll

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